Over the weekend, an enormous crowd of dance music fans made the journey to Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, for the very first TomorrowWorld. 

During three magical days of music, dancing, incredible visuals, and an extremely detailed festival grounds, TomorrowWorld-ers were able to experience every single element ID&T brought to the table for their U.S. version of its Belgian cousin: Tomorrowland.

[PHOTOS: TomorrowWorld 2013]

TomorrowWorld stretched over the Carl Bouckaert farm, which was transformed into a dance music wonderland, featuring 8 stages (Of which a few changed from day to day) housing some of the best dance music artists in the world, a number of food and drink vendors (Really! Anything you can imagine!), the campsite Dreamville (which was home to a number of TomorrowWorld-ers for the weekend), and more. 

Day 1 

After a welcome party at Dreamville the night before, the first day of TomorrowWorld kicked off with Chuckie, R3hab, Fedde Le Grand, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Tiesto taking over the main stage, ending with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

While the mainstage madness settled in, a few superheros showed up for the "Super You & Me" stage. In costume, Oliver Twizt, John Dahlback, Benny Benassi, Laidback Luke, and a special appearance by Superman (Steve Aoki), Spiderman (Dimitri Vegas), and Batman (Laidback Luke), showed off their musical super powers.

Meanwhile, on the Dim Mak stage were guys like Botnek, Yolanda Be Cool, Angger Dimas, Jacques Lu Cont, Clockwork, Dirty Phonics, Borgore, and of course, Dim Mak king & cake-tossing expert: Steve Aoki. 

Things got deep on the Deep End stage with Soul Clap, Lee Foss, Damian Lazarus, Art Department, Jamie Jones, and more. 

Finishing up a season in Ibiza, Ferry Corsten brought his Full On party to TomorrowWorld, along with Solarstone, Audien, Cosmic Gate, John O'Callaghan, Aly & Fila, Shogun, and Sied van Riel. 

Other stages included Q Dance & Kitsune, which lasted all three days, in addition to a trap stage, which was taken over by guys like Heroes X Villains, Bro Safari, and Flosstradamus. 

Day 2

The second day of TomorrowWorld continued with the Fool's Gold Clubhouse with artists like Speakerfoxxx, Style of Eye, Bag Raiders, Treasure Fingers, Fake Blood, RL Grime, AraabMusik, and A-Trak.

Over on the Anthem Stage, was Shreddie Mercury, Digital LAB, Le Castle Vania, Danny Avila, Gareth Emery, Robbie Rivera, and AN21 & Max Vangeli. 

Paying homage to Belgium's DJs, was the Belgian stage, while the All Your bass are belong to us stage was taken over by Savoy, Figure, Delta Heavy, Zomboy, Gramatik, Rusko, and Excision.

TomorrowWorld went All Gone Pete Tong, when the legend himself hosted his own stage at the festival. Also joining Pete Tong in the lineup was Monty Luke, Michel de Hey, Fehrplay, Breach, Joris Voorn, Maya Jane Coles, and Dubfire.

The main stage on day 2 dished out sets by Dyro, Yves V, Nervo, W&W, Alesso, Calvin Harris, and Axwell. But it didn't stop there. After Afrojack took the stage, Steve Aoki joined him for Afroki!!! Then, Steve took the stage alone, and during his set brought out festival residents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike! And of course, he also brought out THE CAKE!

Day 3

The final day of the festival brought a number of amazing stages from some popular labels.

The OWSLA stage, featured David Heartbreak, Kill Paris, Seven Lions, The M Machine, Alvin Risk, Jack Beats, and Kill the Noise. The Mad Decent stage was home to RiFF RaFF, Dj Snake, Skream, Paper Diamond, Dillon Francis, and Diplo. On the trance addicts stage was Matt Lange, Maor Levi, Norin & Rad, Orjan Nilsen, Simon Patterson, and BT. 

French Fries, George FitzGerald, Dusky, Justin Martin, Claude VonStroke, and more took over the Dirty Bird stage. Meanwhile, it was Smash the House vs. Dirty Dutch at TomorrowWorld with Wolfpack, Gregori Klosman, a b2b set with Regi vs. Yves V, Dannic, Chuckie, Cedric Gervais, Cazzette, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. 

The main stage madness continued for the last day of TomorrowWorld with MAKJ, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Sander van Doorn, Nicky Romero, Hardwell (who brought out MAKJ while he played their collab "Countdown!"), David Guetta, and closing out the entire festival was the legendary Armin van Buuren!

The Book of Wisdom has closed (for now)! Until next year... Yesterday is history, today is a gift, tomorrow is a mystery.

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